Effective Change Management

Course Summary

This interactive course will increase your understanding of the way change works and explores how people react to it.

Introduction

Change is inevitable. The difficulty faced by any organisation is, therefore, not the fact that changes have to happen but how to engage and empower staff to make the change process positive and productive.

Topics

  • The impact of change from both a personal and an organisational perspective
  • How to identify the key stages of change
  • Explore the best way to implement change in an organisation
  • Discuss change in practice
  • Develop a proactive approach to change
  • Create a practical plan to implementing change in a working environment

Course Benefits

This course will enable managers, supervisors and those experiencing change to embrace the process. The creation of a personalised plan will ensure you have a practical framework to refer to when experiencing organisational change.

Tutor Profile

Founder of BIS, Richard Hamilton has almost 30 years of experience within the private sector, fulfilling senior roles in highly competitive and prominent local and international businesses. Throughout his career, he has always believed that people are the most valuable asset that any organisation has at their disposal. Richard works with companies and individuals to identify what is required to take employees to the next level and has first-hand experience and a proven track record on the delivery of a wide range of courses. The most successful companies that Richard has experienced are those that recognised the value of their key people and fully utilised their skills and capabilities to drive winning business strategies. Richard also has significant experience in the Charitable Sector including the Samaritans, Guernsey Sports Commission and the Child and Youth Community Tribunal.

Course at a Glance

  • Next Start Dates: New dates TBA
  • CPD Points: 7
  • Course Cost: £275.00
  • Course Length: 09.00 – 17.00

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